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DJ Bennie James Podcast
Time (part 1)

DJ Bennie James Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 49:36


Great show with a theme on TIME. Artists include: Loose Ends, Eric Lau, Teddy Pendergrass, Charlie Wilson, Benjy Myaz, Amerigo Gazaway, Prince, Amy Winehouse, Bobby Reed, Gems for Jem, Toots And The Maytals, Miles Davis.   Become a premium member for extra content at djbenniejames.supercast.comTips at cash app $djbenniejamesLicensed for digital streaming & play  ASCAP 400009874 & BMI - 61044939Special Thanks as always to:  Donna at Life Destiny SOULutions, The Gardner Family, The Brown Family, Omar Boyles Promotions. Support the show

Cinema Spin
Cinema Spin Presents: A Musical Journey Through Some of the Great Rock And Roll Documentaries Part 3: AMY (2015)

Cinema Spin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 33:35


Jason and Matt take a rather in depth look at the 2015 documentary AMY, a detailed accounting of the tragic life of Amy Winehouse. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/matthew-ulrich/message

The Addiction Connection Podcast
#166 - Celebrity Addicts: Finding Satisfaction

The Addiction Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 41:21


Conversation between Dr. Shaw, Jim Quigley, & CJ McMurry about current events, addictions treatment and ministry. 1:06 What does “a good name…” mean? (Prov. 22:1) 4:28 From substance abuse to marriage, family, and employment 5:10 Chasing fame and fortune or Psalm 84 v 10 6:45 Discussing the list of celebrity deaths (www.drugs.com/celebrity_deaths.html) 9:13 What sadly often happens after getting everything you're chasing? 11:47 Resting, satisfaction, and what to do with the unfixable 13:03 Dying while under the influence or by accidental overdoses 17:48 Amy Winehouse death (Rehab song) 19:06 Michael Jackson's shocking death (Mark) and the medications found in his system 20:21 Chris Farley's sudden death (CJ) – “speedballing” same as Belushi 21:56 SNL cast members, overdose deaths 23:49 Why we talk about overdose deaths 24:30 “He gives to His beloved sleep…” (Ps. 127:2) 25:49 Ecc. 2:1-11 (CJ) 28:38 Phillip Seymour Hoffman's years of “recovery” and what Lance Dodes says in NPR's interview 29:39 Steven Tyler's multiple relapses (and how TAC is unified to transform addiction) 31:14 Jim's RTS class notes on change without redemption (professor Dr. Nate Brooks) 36:17 Man transformed from panic attacks 38:40 Finishing the list of celebrity deaths (www.drugs.com/celebrity_deaths.html) 40:24 Gratitude and satisfaction in the present place God has us Jim refers to TAC Podcast #75 “Seattle grunge bands” – Celebrity Addicts: 80s and 90s Musicians (Quigley and Dr. Shaw) found at https://anchor.fm/theaddictionconnection/episodes/75--Celebrity-Addicts-80s-and-90s-Musicians-Quigley-and-Dr--Shaw-ekpdlo Jim refers to NPR's interview of Lance Dodes from https://www.npr.org/2014/03/23/291405829/with-sobering-science-doctor-debunks-12-step-recovery

Vinyl Resting Place
Amy Winehouse - Back To Black - Chloe Ann

Vinyl Resting Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 48:15


It's another Sunday, and joining us live over zoom is indie rock's funniest star, the one and only Chloe Ann! Chloe is a singer songwriter who has a big love of Harry Styles, Sam Fender, and of course Amy Winehouse. Listen along as we discuss one of the best albums of all time, getting into the nitty gritty of what made Amy so special. Also discussed in this episode is whether playing with your food is an important factor in enjoyment, Barney does some dreadful singing, and Jason Derulo is extensively bullied. Check out Chloe here! https://open.spotify.com/artist/5exxY2lkkf9pVwgAvjEHpG?si=FKLPzZX1RlqduiPx5hrCPQHosts: Dapo Agiri (insta: @dapo_ag)Barnaby Howe (insta: @barns_howe)Guest:Chloe Ann (insta: @lydiaprettymanmusic)Artwork:Devin Arden (insta: @da.studio_)Editing:Barnaby Howe (insta: @barns_howe)Music:Not Too Cray, Huma-Huma

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert
The Songbook Goes R & B

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 60:11


We venture into R & B with Allen Stone, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Color Me Badd, Charlie Puth, Aloe Blacc, Bruno Mars, Doja Cat feat. Sza, Anderson .Paak feat. Smokey Robinson, Average White Band, Joss Stone, Babyface and Justin Timberlake.

Tengo Miedo Monterrey
PODCAST #24 | El misterioso club de los 27 y los iluminatis.

Tengo Miedo Monterrey

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:58


En este nuevo podcast, se une al equipo de TENGO MIEDO MONTERREY, Arymiche, locutora e investigadora del fenomeno paranormal. Los temas a tratar son:  - El misterio del club de los 27 - Los iluminatis en las esferas de la música: Lady GAGA, Beyonce, Jay Z y Amy Winehouse

Averiados
Amy Winehouse: Nunca quise esto. Pt. II

Averiados

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 67:43


Las razones por las que el 22 de Julio de 2011 Amy bebió hasta morir nunca las sabremos, ella no quería morir, se lo había dicho a su médico un día antes, tal vez solo fue una imprudencia o solo quería vivir de otra manera. La intoxicación aguda por alcohol se complicó con un enfisema pulmonar y varios años de bulimia. Amy se fue a los 27. 

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Canciones en concierto para que nos gusten los lunes - 20/06/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 59:04


Momentos grabados en vivo de superestrellas con influjo soul: Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, James Taylor Bob Scaggs, The Doobie Brots, Kenny Loggins, Sade, Miguel Ríos, Silvia Pérez Cruz junto a figuras indiscutibles. Nicolette Larson, Stephen Bishop, Snarky Puppy… Esteos últimos de gira veraniega por España. DISCO 1 SNARKY PUPPY Bent Nails  DISCO 2 DONALD FAGEN IGY Live At The Beacon Theatre (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY) DISCO 3 AMY WINEHOUSE Back To Black (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY) DISCO 4 MICHAEL JACKSON Another Part Of Me (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY) DISCO 5 KENNY LOGGINS Conviction of The Heart  DISCO 6 THE DOOBIE BROTHERS City Of The Angels DISCO 7 NICOLETTE LARSON You Send Me  DISCO 8 JAMES TAYLOR Traffic Jam  DISCO 9 MORGAN & MIGUEL RÍOS Andar (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY)  DISCO 10 STEPHEN BISHOP Parked Cars  DISCO 11 BOZ SCAGGS Miss Sun  DISCO 12 SADE Kiss Of Life  DISCO 13 SILVIA PÉREZ CRUZ & MARCO MEZQUIDA Joia (Arigato Gozaimasu) (CLO CANCIONES DE HOY)  Escuchar audio

La pépite musicale
Les pépites musicales des "Nocturnes", le nouveau coffret de Georges Lang

La pépite musicale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 4:12


On vous emmène faire un tour dans la collection de disques de notre animateur et ami Georges Lang. Cette version de 1969 de "The House of the Rising Sun" par le groupe un peu psychédélique Frijid Pink est une des pépites du nouveau coffret 4CD Georges Lang - Les Nocturnes qui sort aujourd'hui. 63 titres de la playlist de Georges, des Classic Rock. Autre pépite : ce "Move Over" de Janis Joplin. Au côté de Janis Joplin : les Who, les Clash, Lenny Kravitz, Amy Winehouse, Blondie, Elton John, Sting, John Lennon, Ben Harper. Que du beau monde. Et sur le CD 4 : Billy Joel et cette merveille : "New York state of mind". La chanson fait 6 minutes c'est une pièce d'orfèvrerie. Écoutez La pépite musicale avec Anthony Martin du 17 juin 2022

Creative Ways Podcast
Real-life Fairytale - The True Power of Music - Ilana Lorriane

Creative Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 51:25


Ilana Lorriane used to work for Sony Records, she curated successful tribute events for Michael Jackson on the MTV EMA's, for Amy Winehouse and Prince; Kimbereley Kris wrote 'She's brought together seasoned and fresh musicians from around the world at Sessions58 and Tea n' Jam, including performances by Eartha Kitt, Beverley Knight, Jessie J, Roachford and Nneka. She's been a Guardian of Bespoke, Historic Homes; a Promoter of Iconic, Global Music Careers; a Curator of the Fairytale in Hampstead Heath during Lockdown Times, and now she is back to make yet another dream a reality.  Ilana's music is hauntingly beautiful. It stirs the soul, the mind, and plucks ever so gently at the heartstrings. Her transformative lyrics and soulful voice awaken the senses, provide hope and evoke courage. Harmon Audio and the British Arts Council have recognised her as an authentic guiding light as her work, her support, her guidance - has touched so many over the years. Ilana is more than a producer, a promoter, a songwriter, a vocalist and an artist. She's a curator of dreams, a magical creator of communities an architect of making anything possible!' This Is a true story about a public outdoor space became a wonderland, overlooking the lake in HampsteadHeath, for each passerby to find the freedom to escape the fear, isolation, loneliness and disconnect that occurred during lockdown. Strangers and locals alike stumbled upon lit trees, crystals and angelic music where each note  Ilana Lorraine sang hit the water creating a truly harmonic enchanting space both Ilana and then new friend Freya created for passersby to feel at home and sit together to play - connect and heal through music, circus skills, yoga and breath and more. This chapter of how art lifts humans through a pandemic features as a full chapter in Hunter Davis lasted book (Author/biographer of The Beatles Official Biography) … so of course, the story now lives on Happily ever after. It's a true story about two girls who met passersby whilst doing what they love with Ilana's music and performance, Fraya's circus skills and therapies and many other creatives later joined offering Yoga, meditations Tom with his telescope and tales of adventures and many became the tribe of light, all to celebrate life in lockdown….The chapters called ‘Hippies on the Heath'  Links below  Book  The Heath - Hunter Davis  https://tinyurl.com/4t9spusu Being Ilana https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6NfosABwzM Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ilanalorraine

ARE WE ON AIR?
Ep 73 // CAMILLE CHARRIÈRE

ARE WE ON AIR?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 54:36


It's sunny in LONDON - which makes it the most beautiful place on earth. The birds are singing, and ARMAN has the pleasure of sitting down with the lovely as she is chic CAMILLE CHARRIÈRE. After changing careers from becoming a lawyer, CHARRIÈRE describes how living in London ‘gave her wings' and taught her she didn't have to conform. On experiencing the ART OF TOLERANCE, Charrière celebrates sweet individuality. In her own words, she says "music is a language in itself - we all have our own". In her collection, PUCCINI, VERDI, CRYSTAL WATERS, LILLY ALLEN, PETULA CLARK and CHARLES AZNAVOUR rub shoulders. Explaining music's ability to find you when you need it the most, the song that seeks her is Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black'. Just like her style, she's timeless. Plotting a CLASSICAL MUSICAL REVOLUTION with the goal of sharing and spreading its gift with the younger generation - there's nothing she can't do. www.areweonair.com/camille-charriere www.instagram.com/areweonair/ www.instagram.com/armannafeei/

Averiados
Amy Winehouse: Nunca quise esto. Pt. I

Averiados

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 73:02


Las razones por las que el 22 de Julio de 2011 Amy bebió hasta morir nunca las sabremos, ella no quería morir, se lo había dicho a su médico un día antes, tal vez solo fue una imprudencia o solo quería vivir de otra manera.La intoxicación aguda por alcohol se complicó con un enfisema pulmonar y varios años de bulimia. Amy se fue a los 27.  

BAIPASA
Ane Barrenetxeak hainbat kantu ezagunen moldaketa dotorean proposatu dizkigu

BAIPASA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:13


SZA, Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse eta Corinne Bailey Rae ekarri dizkigu Sua talkdeko kantariak....

Radio One 91FM Dunedin
Mash Up Monday (Florence + The Machine & Amy Winehouse - 'Back To Hunger') - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

Radio One 91FM Dunedin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


Mash Up Monday (Florence + The Machine & Amy Winehouse - 'Back To Hunger') by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

WhatKast
CELEBRITY DEATH CONSPIRACIES! (Brittany Murphy, Robin Williams, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston)

WhatKast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 68:04


This week is part 3 of the celebrity death conspiracy series.Are the Illuminiati responsible for the deaths of Robin Williams, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston and Brittany Murphy?patreon.com/whatkastSupport the show

Mum and Mummer
Art, Sex & Life, Part 3 with Henry Hate

Mum and Mummer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 47:39


Hello wonderful, I do hope you are well and happy. This week is the final episode with the wonderful Henry Hate where he talks more about his relationship with Amy Winehouse, the other celebrities he's worked with, starting a business and his art. I really enjoyed this chat and highly recommend following him on the socials.Please get in touch if you want to discuss anything with me or have any guest/topic suggestions. And please share the podcast & subscribe!Thanks as always to my lovely sponsor Golding Accountancy, stay safe & sane & big love to you all xxhttps://www.instagram.com/henryhatefineart/https://www.instagram.com/sirhenryhate/https://www.instagram.com/big_sexy_tattoo/Mum and Mummer InstagramMum and Mummer FacebookMum and Mummer Twitter Mum and Mummer YouTubeMum and Mummer EmailThe Epic Mum ChatGolding Accountancy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.10 Coming Home *WORLD PREMIERE* with Nurdjana

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 128:22


As broadcast June 10, 2022 with plenty of laughs in memory for our stream experience.  Tonight we welcomed Dutch Canada-based singer-songwriter Nurdana De Rijcke  to the show to talk about her new EP "Coming Home," which drops on Tuesday.  Inspired and written by her dearly departed father Rob, Nurdjana took these songs and put her own imprint on them to both pay tribute and bring closure to the process of loss.  Despite the background of loss, this two hour show is certainly a summery celebration of music, with Nurdjana bringing her favorites to the forefront in a playlist of inspirations to her soulful sound.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Gnarls Barkley – CrazyKobo Town – London TownJupiter & Okwess – Na KozongaCymande - BraFinley Quaye – Sunday ShiningThe Roots – The Seed 2.0 Part II (31:49)Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy – Yu Ya YummaQuadron – Slippin'Kendra Morris – This LifeBetty Harris – There's A Break In The RoadLyn Collins – Take Me Just As I AmMarijata – No Condition Is Permanent Part III (61:34)Nurdjana – Do The Right ThingStevie Wonder – Higher GroundAretha Franklin – Save MeLake Street Dive – Good KisserSharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – How Do I Let A Good Man Down?Jamie Lidell – Another Day Part IV (94:29)Nurdjana – She Gives Me WaterMadcon – Beggin'John Legend – Save RoomJoss Stone – Put Your Hands On MeAmy Winehouse – Back To BlackMayer Hawthorne – A Long Time 

Music Life
Meltdown festival with Jessie Ware, Meshell Ndegeocello, Dave Okumu and Eska

Music Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 32:34


Jessie Ware, Meshell Ndegeocello, Dave Okumu and Eska discuss why you shouldn't appease anybody with your music, loving the souls of your audience, keeping in your mistakes, why music is an essential part of existence, being a jack of all trades, and why finishing a song isn't necessarily a process of letting go. The legendary Grace Jones curates this year's Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Centre, London, so Music Life is bringing together a selection of artists playing, and some of their musical friends. Jessie Ware has sold millions of records all over the world. After receiving a Mercury Prize nomination in 2012 for her debut album Devotion, she has become one of the biggest names in pop over the last decade. German-born, US-raised bassist, singer, songwriter, rapper and composer Meshell Ndegeocello's prolific musical output mixes jazz, R&B, hip-hop, funk and rock, and she's been nominated for 11 Grammy awards over the course of her career. Producer, guitarist, and The Invisible front man Dave Okumu has worked with the likes of Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Grace Jones, and is an institution in the British music scene. Vocalist, composer and producer Eska grew up in London with Zimbabwean heritage, and makes genre-hopping soul music with folk, jazz, reggae and classical influences.

Naxsy
Naxsy - Back Oh Back (Amy Winehouse Funky Remix Tone Modified)

Naxsy

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 3:23


Extraordinary Stories
3. ‘I Told You I Was Trouble' - The Amy Winehouse Story

Extraordinary Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 34:01


A month before Amy Winehouse's death, her performance at a music festival in Serbia was resoundly panned. She was intoxicated for the whole world to see, but the silver lining of what would be labelled 'the worst gig of her career' meant she didn't have to go on tour. It meant Amy, and those who loved her, had their hopes pinned on a chance for Amy to get better again.  On this episode we'll explore the final years in the life of Amy Winehouse. After her closest friends were convinced Amy was doing better than ever, how did she die? Why was she sent on tour when she was not only unwilling, but unwell?  Plus, we'll take a closer look at the 27 club. What is this unique curse that looms over the legacies of these young artists? CREDITS: Host: Emma Gillespie Written and produced by Emma Gillespie with Tia Ucich & Kally Borg Audio Production: Madeline Joannou Guest booking: Kally Borg With thanks to: Dr Peter Hughes Eleni Papavasileiou Polly Taylor Dean McCarthy Subscribe to Mamamia: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond Style Matters
Celebrating the Golden Age of Fashion with Irina Lazareanu

Beyond Style Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 33:32


In the early 2000s, Canadian model and folk singer Irina Lazareanu was a compelling fixture on countless international catwalks—becoming a muse to such greats as Karl Lagerfeld. On this episode, Irina talks with Jeanne about fleeing Romania with her parents as a young girl, immigrating to Canada and then moving to London as a teen to study dance. After a knee injury, Irina pivoted to modelling and music, hanging out with a super cool crowd, which included the likes of  Kate Moss, Pete Doherty, Amy Winehouse, and Sean Lennon.  Now living in Montreal, Irina has authored her first book entitled "Runway Bird"—a celebration of fashion's Golden Age and some of the magical people she met along way.    To check out more from Style Matters, visit TSC.ca/stylemattersINSTAGRAM @ Thejeannebeker  FACEBOOK @ Jeannebeker  www. TSC.ca       

Our Reviews Will Kill You
Episode 246- Hunted in Senior Year

Our Reviews Will Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


NEWS Modok canceled Kathleen Kennedy says Star Wars movies on hold No Rian Johnson trilogy Cara Delevinge in trouble Carmen Electra joins OnlyFans League of Extraordinary Gentlemen reboot on Hulu Universal shuts down Jurassic Park ride Yankees cut player for stealing OUTRAGEOUS NEWS 2 year old orders 31 burgers NPH sorry for serving Amy Winehouse corpse cake? ARE YOU IN OR OUT 3000 years of Longing REVIEWS Fan Review Sonic 2 Catwoman Hunted Senior Year

Planet 2000's
Amy Winehouse - Back To Black

Planet 2000's

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 28:51


“Back to Black” took the saying work of art to new heights. With extreme success usually comes some form of extreme tragedy and that juxtaposition is synonymous with Amy Winehouse's story. So pour a glass of wine, get your vinyl players out and get ready to get Back to Black with Amy Winehouse. courtesy: Back to Black - Amy Winehouse, written by Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse.UMG (on behalf of Universal-Island Records Ltd.); MINT_BMG, CMRRA, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, Sony Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, ARESA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutorPerf, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor - SonyATV, and 11 Music Rights Societies

Extraordinary Stories
2. ‘I Told You I Was Trouble' - The Amy Winehouse Story

Extraordinary Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 29:18


After a celebrated album with her debut, Frank, and with that distinct voice and sound, Amy Winehouse got very famous, very fast. Everyone wanted a second album, but Amy had entered a whole new world. On this episode, we'll hear how Amy's very private struggles with mental health and addiction became headlines for a relentless tabloid culture. And, in one of the most volatile love affairs in pop culture history, how would the story of Amy and Blake become a cautionary tale about the dangers of codependency? CREDITS: Host: Emma Gillespie Written and produced by Emma Gillespie with Elissa Ratliff, Tia Ucich & Kally Borg Audio Production: Madeline Joannou Guest booking: Kally Borg With thanks to: Dr Peter Hughes Eleni Papavasileiou Polly Taylor Dean McCarthy Subscribe to Mamamia: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fighter & The Kid

The guys talk Chin, Lil Brows, Shapel and Mark's concert at The Troubadour, Bryan's fascination with Mark's body, Brendan's fashion advice to Bryan for his upcoming special recording at the Brea Improv this Thursday, Amber Heard on trial, relationship arguments, the fallout of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, Neil Patrick Harris' Amy Winehouse controversy and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
05-18-22 - Rolling Stone Article Claims Taylor Hawkins Was Pushed To Exhaustion - He Was Also A User - Rock Wars - Song For Minstrel Cycle - Entertainment Drill - WED - Neil Patrick Harris Apologizes For Amy Winehouse Corpse Cake

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 30:40


KEXP Song of the Day
Nina Kohout - Moonlight

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:14


Nina Kohout - "Moonlight" from the 2022 Pandemonium EP on Deadred Records. When Slovakian artist Nina Kohout released her first single "Blue Sunray" back in 2020, she landed the Newcomer of the Year award from her hometown Rádio FM's annual Radio_Head Awards. More accolades are sure to be on the way with the release of her long-awaited debut EP, Pandemonium. She describes today's Song of the Day as a "Vampiric Waltz" in this YouTube clip.  Kohout currently resides in London, attending The Brit School where she studies music production and music technology. (A few alumni of this prestigious institution include Amy Winehouse, Adele, and FKA Twigs.) In an interview with Hudba.sk, she shares, "I'm an intense person. I think a lot, I feel, and so I turn to music as my personal valve," adding, "it is the personal demons with whom we are slowly becoming friends that I explore through music." Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Distorted View Daily
Amy Winehouse Corpse Memorial Charcuterie Board

Distorted View Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 52:50


WATCH MEADE’S COMMENT THAT BROKE TIM:   FROM MY CAR STORY:   . ON TODAY’S SHOW: Introduction 0:00.250 How A Jeep Landed On Top Of Two Of My Cars 1:52.588 An Awesome Local News Eye Witness 14:17.835 Neighbor Is Not Down With All These Fireworks! 19:47.412 Pastor Remains Upset Even After Roe Vs Wade Is […] The post Amy Winehouse Corpse Memorial Charcuterie Board first appeared on Distorted View Daily.

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Tuesday, 05.17.22

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 85:16


Is Cara Delevingne doing okay? Was she under the influence of something? Also, who is Cara Delevingne? *Moving on. Is Neil Patrick Harris okay? Why is he in trouble for something he did twelve years ago? Why did he have a cake made to look like the corpse of Amy Winehouse? I'm beginning to think that 2011 was a lot longer ago than it sounds. *Accepting the painful realities of life can be difficult but that's just the way it is. Life sucks, get over it. *Doomscrolling!! Congress wants to know if those UFO's have any baby formula on board. The Johnny Cash water tower is now the Johnny Cash water fountain. Johnny Depp's lawyer says Amber Heard never donated money to any of the promised charities. Amber points out that she did in fact pledge the money to charity. Depp's lawyer reminds Amber that "pledge" and "donate" are not the same thing. Amber points out that they are to her. *Remember Field Days in elementary school? Yeah, those were awesome. *Nick Wright is on the program! He's got NFL picks for the 2022 season and a few assesments about Julia's sobriety. *Women on Tik Tok are taking some time to point out how two-faced and disgusting men can be. A lot can change in 11 days. *Thanks for listening to the podcast. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @churchoflazlo and head over to our subreddit www.reddit.com/r/churchoflazlo and get your questions in for GTK tomorrow. -Everybody Wang Chung!! 

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Winehouse Cake

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 6:36


Neil Patrick Harris is in trouble again for a cake (or meat tray) he had made of Amy Winehouse

Requiem for a Tuesday
Kendrick & The Missteppers, NPH Dines on Winehouse, etc

Requiem for a Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:07


My initial thoughts on K-Dot's new record were disappointing, dude might be washed... After doing some classic Headline Surfing, I came across a wonderful story - ya boi Neil Patrick Harris ate a replica corpse of Amy Winehouse for Halloween...  Subscribe, like, comment, or whatever.  MERCH: http://rfat.bigcartel.com RFAT Audio Podcast Network: http://linktr.ee/rfataudio Everything Else: http://linktr.ee/rfat   "I RFAT, YOU RFAT, WE RFAT"  #ifeelliketuesday #rfat

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – May 16, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 172:58


Diddy's disastrous Billboard Awards, new Buffalo mass murder info, SI Swimsuit cover controversy, Depp v. Heard: Amber blames the dog, Eli Zaret sees it his way, NYY pitcher Nestor Cortes bad high school tweets, and Neil Patrick Harris' 2011 Halloween party gets him in trouble.Gas has reached it's highest prices ever. Here's some tips from Local 4 on how to save gas.Eli Zaret drops by to discus 7 game 7's, promote Kanye West's documentary, white athletes, eulogize Bob Lanier and his massive feet, rip on the Detroit Tigers, discuss Drew Brees' incredibly long run as an NFL analyst, and Phil Mickelson vs the PGA Championship.Diddy hosted the Billboard shoutout Awards. People were very angry at Morgan Wallen being there... but very happy for Travis Scott's comeback. Janet Jackson appeared. Mary J Blige really likes herself some Mary J Blige. The 'Prince of Punk Rock' performed.Baby Formula shortage leads to a lot of people arguing about baby formula.Britney Spears is back to posting nonsense on Instagram following her miscarriage.Buffalo shooter, Payton Gendron, plagiarized his manifesto. Rolling Stone Magazine assume all Republicans would have done the same thing. Replacement Theory is apparently mainstream now even though nobody heard about it until 3 days ago.R. Kelly and the fat subway shooter are prison besties.TMZ is really mad at this 9-year-old who they feel inspired the Buffalo shooting.Neil Patrick Harris is somehow in trouble over an Amy Winehouse cake he made in 2011.Eric Clapton will be at LCA on September 10th.Depp vs Heard: Amber Heard's safe word is "couch". She is also sticking to her story that the dog created that turd in the bed. Amber's new PR guy is in need of some better PR.Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition is getting headlines for putting a bunch of famous, fat and old women on the cover.Trudi gives her take on lawmaker Paris Hilton in Capitol Hill.Congrats to Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian on their 2nd of 3 weddings.Andy Dick is making good use of his time out of jail... by smoking drugs on livestream and hotboxing a lizard.53-year-old Marc Anthony engaged to a 23-year-old.Drew is totally jealous of Sean Penn's pincushions.Turns out the St. Mary's Polish Country Fair was canceled due to security risks.Russia vs Ukraine: 60 Minutes covered Bellingcat and get ready to deep dive on some war crimes. McDonald's is bailing on Russia. Vladimir Putin allegedly has blood cancer. Sweden and Finland take next steps to joining NATO. Putin tosses some nukes to their borders and scared Drew.Who wears Tactical Body Armor and why do you wear it?Mask mandates are making a comeback.Minors in Chicago now have a 10pm curfew during the weekends.Arby's urine shakes.The new Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, thinks everything is racist.Nestor Cortes is having a great MLB season... so it's time to dig up his old racist tweets.Tigers pitcher Alex Faedo has a girlfriend and she looks nice.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

FAQ PODCAST
Episode 71 - Salaam Remi - Retired!!!

FAQ PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 101:09


In this episode Salaam Remi talks in his last interview before his retirement. He takes us on a path down memory lane and taslks about his relationships with Nas, Amy Winehouse, and how he worked at Hot 97 with Funkmaster Flex and Angie Martinez!

Quince Questions?
Ep. 192 Rubber

Quince Questions?

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:04


Rubber creates an intricately balanced soundscape combining their R&B, Funk, Hip-Hop, Jazz, and Soul influences like Frank Ocean, Thundercat, Patrice Rushen, and Amy Winehouse while maintaining that hot-pink, dynamic feeling of pop music, anthemic and universal. The group is a Philly-based, writing-producing duo made up of singer-lyricist, Andrew Loper, and producer/multi-instrumentalist, John Della Franco formed during their time studying at Temple University in 2018. They started out writing music for fun, but after performing for the first time together in a campus coffee shop, they were signed to the Temple University Record Label and released their first single to critical acclaim sending them up and down the East Coast. The duo shines the brightest in a live setting where their combination of bass-driven grooves and vocal acrobatics has grabbed and held the attention of audiences across the country. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Back to the 80s Radio
The Troubadour and The 27 Show

Back to the 80s Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 53:35


We have a full house of special guests on the show today. Don't miss out as we talk to Gina DeFranco, the executive producer at BWAROC.org, who turns concerts and events into stunning spectacles. We also talk with Erik Himil, musical director and guitarist of the 27 Show, Adi Argelazi who portrays Janis Joplin on stage, and Gabe Maska, who turns into Kurt Cobain. Thursday, May 19, 2022, " 27 The Show - Musical Adventure" will open at Doug Weston's Troubadour in West Hollywood, California. The "totally awesome" show with legends of rock portrayed: Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimmy Hendrix, Robert Johnson, Amy Winehouse, and Kurt Cobain rock California again! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backtothe80s/support

Unreserved
Indigenous music makers and their journey to the Junos

Unreserved

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 54:09


Canada recognizes the best in music with the annual Juno Awards and this year Indigenous musicians have twice the reason to celebrate. There are now two Indigenous music awards: one for contemporary music and one for traditional music. Our Indigi-musicologists Jarett Martineau, Jade Harper and Alan Greyeyes weigh in on the celebration and contention. She is one of Turtle Island's most recognized and beloved voices. Susan Aglukark has had an incredible music career spanning over 30 years, earning herself three Juno awards and 11 nominations. This year, she's been honoured with the Humanitarian Award for her long-standing commitment to improving the lives of Indigenous youth in the North. In a feature interview with Rosanna Deerchild, Aglukark shares why that work is so important to her and how music has been healing in her own life. Jayli Wolf and Shawnee Kish are both first-time nominees for Contemporary Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year. Both artists share personal stories through their music. Jayli didn't know she was Indigenous growing up, but she has since embraced her identity and that shines through in her music. Her nominated album, Wild Whisper blends traditional Indigenous sounds with an electronic-R&B-style. Shawnee Kish is a proud two-spirit Mohawk artist who has been compared to Amy Winehouse and Etta James. In her Juno-nominated self-titled debut EP, she uses her music to talk about everything from love and romance, to misogyny in the music industry. Nimkii Osawamick makes music as an act of decolonization. His band Nimkii and the Ninniis is nominated for Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year. Their EP Nang Giizhigoong means "star realm" in Anishinaabemowin and is a collection of heart thumping drums and choral singing.

Carl Landry Record Club
Amy Winehouse 'Back To Black' and Sunny Day Real Estate 'Diary'

Carl Landry Record Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 77:46


Albums discussed are Amy Winehouse's ‘Back To Black' (9:55) and Sunny Day Real Estate's 'Diary' (43:28). We also discuss the Broadway show MJ (35:48), and the 1994 year In music.  Get tickets to see Mutlu and Spike for CLRC Live (with a full Mutlu show as well) on 5/20 at World Cafe Life here: https://bit.ly/TheCarlLive This week's listener album suggestion came from Twitter user @smylesr.  To suggest an album for CLRC, leave a review on Apple Podcasts with the artist and title (five stars always helps). For playlists and podcasts, visit us on the web at carllandryrecordclub.com and on Twitter @CLRCPod.  The theme song for Carl Landry Record Club is "I Should Let You Know" by Marian Hill. This is CLRC episode #71.

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
BONUS: Amy Winehouse 'Back To Black' and Sunny Day Real Estate 'Diary' (Carl Landry Record Club Podcast)

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 79:31


We've got a music podcast called the Carl Landry Record Club! Every week we talk about two great albums, one from us, one listener suggested. It's hosted by Spike and Mutlu (aka Tommy from Down The Shore). We thought this week's albums would resonate well in the Ricky world. You can subscribe for weekly episodes wherever you get pods (Spotify, Apple, our website). Albums discussed are Amy Winehouse's ‘Back To Black' (9:55) and Sunny Day Real Estate's 'Diary' (43:28). We also discuss the Broadway show MJ (35:48), and the 1994 year In music. Get tickets to see Mutlu and Spike for CLRC Live (with a full Mutlu show as well) on 5/20 at World Cafe Life here: https://bit.ly/TheCarlLive This week's listener album suggestion came from Twitter user @smylesr. To suggest an album for CLRC, leave a review on Apple Podcasts with the artist and title (five stars always helps). For playlists and podcasts, visit us on the web at carllandryrecordclub.com and on Twitter @CLRCPod. The theme song for Carl Landry Record Club is "I Should Let You Know" by Marian Hill. This is CLRC episode #71. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spike-eskin/message

Rock n Roll Chicago Podcast
Ep 109 Whiskey & Harmony

Rock n Roll Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 52:00


Whiskey & Harmony was established in 2013. The band was started by husband and wife Sarah Hauge and Craig Hauge they added two new members this year, Matt Phelan and Aaron Allan! Music ranging from Miranda Lambert, Janis Joplin, Frankie Valley, Elvis, Pink, Tom Petty, Chris Stapleton, Amy Winehouse, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Johnny Cash, Vance Joy, Carrie Underwood, and many more top 40 songs.

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network
The Big Takeover Show – Number 381 – May 9, 2022

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022


This week, after a snippet of 1977 Damned: brand new Blue Herons, Don McGlashan, Willie Nelson, Amy Winehouse, Silktail, Kids On a Crime Spree, and Cheap Star, plus The Equals, Chris Bell, Marvin... Real Punk Radio podcast Network brings you the best in Punk, Rock, Underground Music around! From Classic Oi!, Psychobilly and Hardcore to some Classic Rock n Roll and 90's indie Alt Rock greatness!! With Tons of Live DJ's that like to Talk Music From Garage Rock, to Ska.. We are True MUSIC GEEKS!

The Face Radio
The Rendezvous - Kurtis Powers // 08-05-22

The Face Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 120:33


This week, Kurtis was back with some incredible soulful selections for Mother's Day in the U.S. He had a small clutch of Record Store Day 2022 acquisitions!The Artist Hat Trick was from Eddie Kendricks, and our Title Track comes from Labelle. Our classic album was Back to Black from Amy Winehouse.This show was first broadcast on the 8th of May, 2022For more info and tracklisting, visit: https://thefaceradio.com/the-rendezvous/Tune into new broadcasts of The Rendezvous, LIVE, Sunday from 2 - 4 PM EST / 7 - 9 PM GMT on The Face Radio & Totally Wired Radio.Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/KurtisPowersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kurtispowersMixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/KurtisPowersSoundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/kurtispowersTwitter: https://twitter.com/kurtispowersEmail: kurtis@thefaceradio.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dreams Not Memes Podcast
Episode 327: Rediscovering Your Music: A Conversation with Lia Menaker

Dreams Not Memes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 28:04


With expressive, soulful vocals soaring over a mix of ambient pop, electronic, and alternative R&B sounds, Lia Menaker's music moves beyond genre to sit in a world of its own. Dubbed “Noirtronica” by WXPN radio, Menaker's music calls back to jazz vocalists like Nina Simone and Amy Winehouse - while also experimenting with space and percussive electronic elements reminiscent of Bjork and Portishead. Menaker's music has been played over radio stations across the east coast, including Philadelphia's iHeartRadio (Alt 104.5) and NPR (WXPN 88.5), who consequently included Menaker in the “2020 Best of Philly: Pandemic Edition.” She also created the original score for Welcome to Campfire's danceplay and subsequent film, "Subject". Now based in Philadelphia, Menaker has performed in 50+ cities around the country. She balances performing (locally and online) with producing and vocal coaching through her home studio. Learn more about Lia's journey and her journey of discovery and rediscovery on today's episode of Dreams Not Memes. Socials IG: instagram.com/liamenaker; FB: Facebook.com/liamenaker Bandcamp: https://liamenaker.bandcamp.com; Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/37NS0lpeIGIA2qNDr5HtyM; YouTube: youtube.com/liamenaker

Text, Prose & RocknRoll
TPR Encore! Track3 with Virginia Grohl

Text, Prose & RocknRoll

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 35:52


As Kris & Producer Char prepare for the next round of new TPR Tracks, they've decided to share some of their favorites that newer listeners might not had a chance to listen to yet... on this encore, they celebrate Mother's Day weekend revisiting thieir conversation with Virigina Grohl, Mom of Foo Fighter's frontman Dave. Liner Notes: Kris is honored to welcome her guest, RocknRoll Mama, Virginia Hanlon Grohl.  The Foo Fighter frontman's mother opens up about raising a rock star child, interviewing mothers of celebrities including Mike D, Dr. Dre, Amy Winehouse, Teddy Lee, Michael Stipe, Kelly Clarkson, and many more in this fascinating read: From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars (Hodder & Stoughton; Hatchet Audio).From Cradle to Stage is available in Audiobook, Kindle, Paperback and HardcoverVisit Virginia online or follow her socials: YouTube  & Twitter  @CradleToStage Facebook @fromcradletostage --We love to hear from you and yes, Text prose & RocknRoll takes requests! Please subscribe, rate, comment, then tell a friend! Special Thanks:  Laura Mazer, Eve Atterman and the team at WME.Dave Grohl appears courtesy of Hatchet. Original music by Mike Bowman and Pictures of a Floating World.  --About the Podcast: ‘TEXT PROSE AND ROCK N ROLL'- is the only podcast dedicated to the written account of musicians. From artist memoirs to band bios, and anything in between. You'll hear first accounts from those who lived the lifestyle; a Book Club that rocks - literally. It was Created, Hosted & Executive Produced by Kris Kosach. It was Produced & Edited by Charlene Goto of Go-To Productions. For more on the show, visit the website. Or follow us on Instagram  @TextproserocknrollFollow Kris on Social Media: @KrisKosachFollow Producer Char on Social Media: @ProducerChar

The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast
Hippie Sh*t |Carrier Oils & Cultivating Culture w/ Celebrity Makeup Artist James Vincent

The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 76:39


Hi Beauty Baddies! We are getting elbow-deep in hippie sh*t.To recap, you all have been asking us a ton of questions about all-natural skincare, oils, and essential oils. The point of this series is to educate you all on all of the hippie sh*t that we know, so you are armed and educated to make your own judgment calls when it comes to choosing products and ingredients. We have an incredible guest today, celebrity makeup artist, James Vincent. In fashion, James has collaborated with diverse designers such as Ashton Michael, Charlotte Ronson, and Chris Habana which has seen him as key artist for fashion shows in every major fashion city. James' work in the music industry spans genres with such legendary musicians as Lady Gaga, Florence and the Machine, Courtney Love, Amy Winehouse, Joan Jett and The Foo Fighters. James has had the pleasure to work with leading ladies like Liv Tyler, Reese Witherspoon and Jane Fonda, James has also been privileged enough to work with men who have made a mark including President Barack Obama.Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com .Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn Our personal Instagrams are @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointment at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com Don't forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes.Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!SHOW NOTES:Links to Products Mentioned In Today's Episode:Mountain Rose Herb BlogJames Vincent The Make Up ShowPratimaskincare.comEnfleurageRESOURCES:The Power Of The Seed by Susan M ParkerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Jason & Alexis
4/29 FRI HOUR 1: James Corden leaving late night & Prince tried to save Amy Winehouse

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 43:07


Weighted blanket problems...do you have them? James Corden announced he signed a year extension to continue hosting the Late Late Show, but it will be his last. In a new book about Amy Winehouse, the author shares how Prince tried to save her from her husband who stole from him.

Lori & Julia
4/28 Thursday Hr 3: JAMES CORDEN-GOODBYE 'LATE LATE SHOW'

Lori & Julia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022


Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin open up on the 'Grace and Frankie' finale! Pete Davidson is the face of H&M's new menswear campaign. Tom Brady Posts Up On Movie Set With Jane Fonda, Sally Field, Rita Moreno, & Lily Tomlin. Holly's Dirt Alert: Ant Anstead files for full custody bc he believes Christina Haack has created a dangerous environment for their son. How Prince tried to rescue Amy Winehouse from Blake Fielder-Civil after he ‘stole' from him. Lori's Theories and Julia has a unique experience at the Chaska Target!

Look Behind The Look
Ep 23 (video) | S2: The James Vincent Interview

Look Behind The Look

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 49:17


It's here, It's here! I am finally bringing you the James Vincent Episode on video! If you have been a makeup artist or hair stylist in the industry for even 5 minutes, you know James from The Makeup Show, The Powder Group, iArtist, or any number of other community gatherings in the industry. James is the Director of Education and Artistry for The Makeup Show and The Powder Group, He career in makeup is legendary, he has worked for years Keying major Fashion Shows in all the major cities, and has worked for years in music videos, spanning genres with such legendary musicians as Lady Gaga, Florence and the Machine, Courtney Love, Amy Winehouse, Joan Jett and The Foo Fighters. James has had the pleasure to work with leading ladies like Liv Tyler, Reese Witherspoon and Jane Fonda, James has also been privileged enough to work with men who have made a mark including President Barack Obama. We are going to get into his passion for community and what drives him to bring artists together through strong communities like The Powder Group, The Makeup Show and innovative education events. We are also going all the way back to James' assisting days to talk about the best advice Kevyn Aucoin ever gave him as well as his time spent working with Billy B and Dick Page. Don't forget that The Makeup Show is May 1,2, it's LIVE and IN PERSON and there is a code in the show notes for $5 off Head to https://www.themakeupshow.com/nyc/ CODE for $5 off The Makeup Show: LOVENYC22 James Vincent IG: https://www.instagram.com/jvincentmakeup/ Rebels & Outlaws Website: https://rebelsandoutlawsnyc.com/ The Powder Group https://www.thepowdergroup.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-behind-the-look-pod/support

Look Behind The Look
Ep 23 | S2: The James Vincent Interview - including The Makeup Show, The Powder Group, and all things JAMES!

Look Behind The Look

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 49:17


It's here, It's here! I am finally bringing you the James Vincent Episode! If you have been a makeup artist or hair stylist in the industry for even 5 minutes, you know James from The Makeup Show, The Powder Group, iArtist, or any number of other community gatherings in the industry. James is the Director of Education and Artistry for The Makeup Show and The Powder Group, He career in makeup is legendary, he has worked for years Keying major Fashion Shows in all the major cities, and has worked for years in music videos, spanning genres with such legendary musicians as Lady Gaga, Florence and the Machine, Courtney Love, Amy Winehouse, Joan Jett and The Foo Fighters. James has had the pleasure to work with leading ladies like Liv Tyler, Reese Witherspoon and Jane Fonda, James has also been privileged enough to work with men who have made a mark including President Barack Obama. We are going to get into his passion for community and what drives him to bring artists together through strong communities like The Powder Group, The Makeup Show and innovative education events. We are also going all the way back to James' assisting days to talk about the best advice Kevyn Aucoin ever gave him as well as his time spent working with Billy B and Dick Page. Don't forget that The Makeup Show is May 1,2, it's LIVE and IN PERSON and there is a code in the show notes for $5 off Head to https://www.themakeupshow.com/nyc/ CODE for $5 off The Makeup Show: LOVENYC22 James Vincent IG: https://www.instagram.com/jvincentmakeup/ Rebels & Outlaws Website: https://rebelsandoutlawsnyc.com/ AND AGAIN! The Makeup Show: https://www.themakeupshow.com/ Get tix for NYC May 1,2 HERE: https://www.themakeupshow.com/nyc/ CODE for $5 off The Makeup Show: LOVENYC22 The Powder Group https://www.thepowdergroup.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-behind-the-look-pod/support

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Family First w/ Global Brand Manager TikTok Influencer Nicki Maher

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 19:55


Nicki Maher has made a name for herself through her can-do approach to business. Her reputation as a “people advocate” is apparent, as are her main beliefs are a in the power of human connection and the ability to form meaningful and lasting bonds in business. Maybe this is why she's become such a successful voice on social media. Today we learn why and how Nicki Maher made her pivot- Enjoy! A bit more about Nicki:  Nicki's management career started in the travel industry where she earned the title of “top business development manager” in Travel Agent Magazine while representing global brand, Royal Caribbean International. In 2010, she began a rewarding career with jewelry and lifestyle brand, ALEX AND ANI, at their vice president of sales, serving as the right hand to the founder, creative director and CEO. Under this title, Nicki was responsible for building the foundation for a soon-to-be exploding omni-channel business. Along with focus of sales strategy, Nicki led efforts around strategic partnerships, licensing and all corporate social responsibility efforts. During her time at ALEX AND ANI, the company grew from $2.7 million in 2010 to more than $500 million in 2014. This growth was soon recognized by Forbes Inc. 500, Digiday and many other publications. Under the leadership of Nicki and her peers, the company grew from one retail location to more than 90, supported over 1,500 nonprofit organizations, and led more than 1,300 employee volunteer hours. The company also donated more than $48 million to charity through the award-winning CHARITY BY DESIGN division, which Nicki led and grew from its infancy. Nicki was promoted to senior vice president in 2015, just after returning from maternity leave with her firstborn, Leila Louise. Under her watch came company-wide partnerships, community relations, corporate social responsibility and employee engagement efforts. Today, Nicki is the founder of Nicki Marie Inc, where she works with brands and thought leaders whose mission is beyond the brand or product that they are selling. She serves as a brand advisor and offers services in social impact programming, digital storytelling and internal culture strategy. She is also a social media digital influential creator with over over 1.8M organically grown followers. Here, she shares daily bits of life, humor and home within her modern day world of "motherhood reinvented" after divorce, loss of job and overall change of direction. Here, she is stripped down from all "titles”, reminding others that it doesn't have to be the seat in the board room, or the nuclear family that defines you, but the foundation you have build at home when everything else fell apart, that matters most. The rest is the cherry on top. In this episode Peter and Nicki discuss:  00:46 - A slider 1:42 - On traveling recently 2:03 - Intro and welcome Nicki Maher! 3:48 - So why the career switch and how did you did you make it? Ref: Alex and Ani 7:15 - When were you diagnosed, were you diagnosed? 9:09 - Where did you grow up? 9:28 - A lot of parents don't want kids to just be themselves- they want them to fit in; how have you been relating to your own kids? 11:00 - On a mesh of parenting styles 11:58 - Parents have to grow too.. 12:38 - Less perfection, more acceptance 13:05 - What do you tell other parents if/when they get misunderstood or misrepresented on Social Media? 15:13 - On handeling comment sections 16:20 - On the foundation of family 17:30 - Knowing your strengths and communicating with your kids 18:00 - How can people find more about you and what you're doing? @NickiMarieInc on Twitter + INSTA @NickiUnplugged on TikTok and on her podcast Homebase with Nicki 18:40 - Thank you Nicki! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! 19:10 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT: ‘Sup yo! Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal! My name is Peter Shankman. We have travel on the agenda today, which thank God, because I tell ya I.. pre COVID man, I was doing about 350,000 miles a year. Uh, and then it just stopped. All right. If you use a skydiving analogy, when you, when you open your parachute, you go at like 120 miles an hour, you open your parachute and they have this it's called a slider, and a slider comes down the lines of the parachute buffered by the wind. So it's slowly comes down because the wind is pushing you. And it sort of slows you down as the parachute opens, because if you didn't have a slider, you'd go from 120 miles an hour to about five miles an hour in about half a second. And that would hurt. Imagine doing that in the car. I've done that before in a parachute, broke two ribs in the process. So what.. up because when COVID hit, it was essentially like opening my parachute without a slider. I went for 300,000 miles a year to zero overnight and that shit just sucked. That was truly horrible. I don't recommend that at all. Fortunately, travel seems to be coming back now. And I think we are at the point where we can safely say that people are traveling. I've been on planes I was in, I was in the hell, was that I was in South Africa a few weeks ago. And it was like, people hadn't even heard of Covid, so they were wearing their masks, but you know, flying down there 14 hours, 16 hours on the plane was, it was kind of like normal. So it felt pretty good. Anyway, that's where we are right now. And we have someone on the podcast to talk about that we're talking to Nikki Mayer, my pronouncing that right. It's Mar Mar Nickie, Maher. All right, cool. That's all right, Nikki. So Nicki Maher has been in travel forever. Um, she's a reputation as a people advocate. I love that. S he started in travel. She started out Director of Development manager, travel agent magazine. She was at Royal Caribbean. We all know them, cruise people. Um, she worked for Alex & Ani. What else do you do? She founded  NikkiMarieInc. She works with brands and thought leaders, her mission is to serve and beyond the brand of product they're selling. She's a brand. She's a social media influencer. Ooh, stop using that term. You're hurting America when you use that term. Oh wait Social Media influencer, it gets even worse. You've got over 1.8 organically grown followers. Organically grown followers is like something out of the Matrix where they're literally like you're growing people. You have 1.8 million. Yeah, you didn't buy them. I didn't buy them. Nope. She talks about she, she has daily bits of her life, humor and home with her modern day world of motherhood reinvented after divorce, loss of job and overall change of directions here, she is stripped out from all titles, reminding others that it doesn't have to be the seat in the boardroom where the nuclear family defines foundation you built at home when everything else falls apart. Now, this is granted an ADHD podcast and ADD podcast. And we talk about that all the time. I think sometimes it's fun to bring in someone else who may or may not be neurodiverse, but has a different perspective on life. I found you, um, I believe, cause I was following you on, on, on one of your socials, right? Yes. Yeah. Somebody connected us. Somebody said you two have to meet because I was doing some ADHD mama content. That's right. So Nikki, tell us what it was like. You're working in corporate, you're working for global tourism boards, things like that. Major tourism companies. Now out on your your own ADHD, mom running content, things like that. What prompted the shift? How'd you do it? How scary was it? And talk to us about how that happened. Okay. I mean, it was, so I love the question because it does sound show massive. It sounds like, oh, she went from corporate life to motherhood to, you know, influencer and I'm with you on that word, by the way, we need to reinvent the wheel on that word. Um, so I was just, I mean, I'll just jump back to 2017. I was working for a very fast growing jewelry brand. I was with Alex and Ani. I was one of the first six employees there. So very, um, homegrown family business to all of a sudden, within my four years, first four years there, we were on red carpets. We were sitting with celebs. We were, you know, our founder was on the cover of Forbes and I was one of her right-hand girls. So it all, um, went fast and furious. I had my daughter in 2014. Go back from maternity leave after having her and got a big promotion. And I was like, wait, this isn't the stuff they write about in the books. Right? Like Sheryl Sandberg is talking about like lean in. And, uh, as a woman and going for the, the seat and I'm it's happening for me. And then jump ahead to having my son, my son was a twin. Um, we lost his twin sister Gracie a week before delivery. It was a really difficult time in my life. And, um, listen, it's what made me the mother that I am, I was back in the corporate seat, doing all these amazing things I had, like the dream job. What people think is the dream job. You've got the, you know, the big seat, you were leaning in. And, um, I just wanted to be in that home. I wanted to be with my kids. I didn't want someone else to be home with them on sick days. I didn't want somebody else, you know, getting to pick them up and getting the hug at the end of the day at daycare. So I made a huge shift. I shocked a lot of people. Um, cause when I got back from that maternity leave for my son, it was a complete 180 from what I felt when I got back from my maternity leave with my daughter. Um, the changing of was becoming more political. There were more big, bad, you know, um, resume people in there and it was no longer for me. So made the jump, um, started consulting and I was like, see, I'm proof. You can, you can consult. You can create your own world of magic with your business knowledge and make just as much money as working for the big dog. And, um, and you know, jokes on me then came a really, really difficult divorce. Um, a really difficult COVID and I all of a sudden was home with a three and five-year-old went on to good old tech talk just to learn the app because some of my clients business-wise would ask about it and, um, just started sharing myself and a lot of my add ADHD-isms. And, uh, here I am with a following and able to kind of reinvent myself in the world of digital today. I guess. I still haven't figured it all out. I sound so much more buttoned up than what this originally is in real life, but that's specific. Talk about the ADHD aspect of it, because here you are, um, you know, right-hand person to a, you know, a multi-million dollar company is growing and growing, growing. When were you diagnosed? Did you use it to your advantage? How did you know you have it? What kind of response was it? Yeah. So I was never, I mean, I was an 80 blue collar kid eighties, right. So our parents weren't like, oh, you're, um, you're having trouble focusing and you're having trouble in school. It was more like, this is who you are, girl own it don't let anybody tell you or, or, or sit down and disrupting the class. Yeah. And I'd get social butterfly and chatterbox on my report cards. And it was like, my, my grandparents would laugh about it. They'd like, okay, really? Like, we didn't know that already. So, um, jump ahead your grad school. And I, I had, um, I had a lot of trouble with school, actually jump back. middle school. Seventh, eighth grade really started having a hard time. Ninth grade. I failed D's and an F in every single subject. And what, in my mind, What did my mom do? Took away basketball all this winter. You know, like the Italian mom, like. Worst thing you could do to a kid. take all the dopamine away now you're really in trouble. So, um, I just was more social driven and more sports driven. I ended up, um, being able, why I got through school so well was I was able to dive fully into my athleticism. Um, so she took away basketball, but it led me to track. I became, um, I was second in New England shotput thrower. Yeah, all state, all state track, All-American softball player and Allstate field hockey player. I had a full ride to UConn for field hockey. So tell me about, I mean, ADHD, you got to find what works for you. Where in Massachusetts are you from? Um, Somerset, Massachusetts. So Southeast. Yeah, I was a BU kid. So small town and, um, sports was my. Social, friends and sports was what made me thrive. And I just dug in and luckily I had the type of family that let me try all different things until I landed in something so that's how I'm trying to be with my kids. It's like, you've got to find your shit. And talk about that for say, because a lot of parents, especially growing up and even today, right? A lot of parents are afraid to let their kids be themselves. Right. There's still this aspect of it's changing a little bit, but there's still this aspect of, of, oh, if you don't fit in, that's going to cause you trouble down the road you know, I think you and I are living proof of the fact that not fitting into will be the best thing that ever happened to you. But, you know, I'm seeing, I see in my daughter school, for instance, there are, you know, and it's just, it's just, I think it just continues throughout time. There are cliques and there are the cool kids in there, the, the, the nerdy kids and their, this and that, you know, and, and I keep telling my daughter, it doesn't matter what you are, be yourself, you know? And that's a hard lesson to teach, especially when you have a child with ADHD or ADD or anything like that, where there, or where you are. And you try to say, well, you know, I know I'm weird, but it's okay. You know, what have you been telling your kids about that? I wouldn't even say, have you had. So I just, I, I just get a TikTok relate it to a TikTok because when a Tiktok talks go viral or whatever, they get the legs behind them, it's because they're relatable. Right? So I yesterday did a post where my daughter is seven years old. I was the biggest tomboy Peter. And, um, my daughter was wearing these like, press on glam nails. I'm talking like the nails, like the Cardi B level nails. And I have a video of she's doing her homework and she's clicking the nails on the pencil and my face and my hot mom, mass bun and my coffee cup and my like no makeup. And my hoodie. And I take a screenshot of myself with the face, like what is going on and the whole thing. And I put, as the caption, I said, when the tomboy mom gets to raise a glam squad daughter, that's right. So I left, I absolutely I'm here to keep them alive and to teach them right and wrong. I am not here to teach them who to be or what they're into. So I not identify with any one parenting style. I identify with a mishmash of everything, including the way I was raised. They're not going to be eighties kids. They're not going to be in the neighborhood, playing with everybody, solving their own problems after school every day. But if it's the new modern day of, Hey, you're going to watch some Ted talks, innocently, and you're going to identify with some people or some creativity that you'd like to be part of, then go put the damn nails on as long as you're not wearing them to school. Go ahead. Do mom's makeup? Do the wings get crazy. Make me look like Amy Winehouse. It's all good. I love that though. I mean, that's a great, it's a great attitude to have. So how did you know? I think that, that, again, the issue is you're, you're chill enough that you can have that a lot of parents don't and I think a lot of parents need to understand that there's nothing inherently wrong with that. That's cause a lot of parents haven't found themselves, right. A lot of parents are insecure, that their kid's doing something that they're not sure they're comfortable about. And that's really takes a lot of self love and a lot of self identification to be a parent. In terms of times I flip out at my kids is because it's something that else that's going on in my life. Right. That I didn't think what would make me look like a good mom, but in the grand scheme of things, I think, you know, the positive side, Peter, that I'm seeing on social media is that it's less perfection and it's more acceptance. We're all Artists, and we're all trying to do our best. We're all trying to raise great kids. And I think two years certainly haven't helped. Absolutely. It hasn't helped, but at least it's let us see a different side of social media. That's not the cookie cutter family with the matching outfits on the perfectly decorated front porch. It's like. That's very true. Very true. So, so what do you tell, you know, what do you tell, I guess, other parents, other than just, you know, go for it. What do you tell the parents when they; do you get crap for being the way you are, have you been outed yet for being on TikTok, but you know, at school or whatever. And I know, I know a couple of parents, um, I'm friends with a woman who lives on the west coast, who, uh, was a lot of trouble. She had her job basically evaporate during COVID. She lost her Only Fans and she was making a fortune and she had, you know, on the flip side, she was also a mother. She was running the PTA, all that she was, and she got found out and it was very, very difficult for her. Right. And she's recovered and she's fine now, but you know, there was a time when, when she's like, oh my God, we have to move etc. What, what have you gotten discovered? Have you gotten, are you that weird mom? I mean, I know that I'm the weird dad, I'm the class parent in school and, and, and, uh, you know, none of the parents it's been two years now, none of the parents. So what the hell? That's so funny. Um, the only things that I've gotten mis.. you know, um, I guess, I guess where I've been misunderstood are only two things. One, I sometimes do these, um, I call it like drunken Dunkin. I say hot mess moms run on drunken Dunkin. Right? So. But like a nip in my coffee as just entertaining. And I think when there's people that, that take social media literally, and they take that set 10 second snippet and they ident, they make it my identity, it's like, oh my gosh, I can't believe there are people that would take a cent 10second grain of salt. That's two weeks. It's a ten second out of my two weeks. I barely drank. Yeah, your making me as this, you know, drunken mom, or when my son said he needed help with the F and jam, he was three. He didn't know. I thought it was obvious that he didn't know what the word meant. Hence why I thought it was funny. And I did get a lot of heat for that. I can't believe you staged your son to say that for clout. It's like, really? You don't know me, but I will say if people follow me and they see the whole story, they see there's as much heart as there is humor. Of course. Well, it's funny. I did one of the, um, I did one of the, you know, uh, Instagram rail that was going around for awhile, um, recently about here's how, y'know when you hate someone, everything they do for this job, it says, look at that beach, eating chicken. And it's, it's a very funny bit, and I happen to be recording my daughter. And she said something at the same time, as you would laugh when you heard that, if you were an adult hearing that and it worked perfectly. And so I submitted it, I posted it and it went crazy. People loved it. Right. And the irony was it it wasn't her hearing that she's eight years old. Right. I'm not gonna call my daughter a bitch ever, but it worked perfectly. And so to shut off the comments because everyone was, everyone was liking it and oh my God what kind of .. But then they're gone. Listen, Every song put on Alexa has explicitly or X rating is literally the least of my concerns. If my kids are treating people well, if they're treating their teachers with respect, if they're treating the other players on their sports teams, you know, with inclusivity, like my job's done. Yeah. They say at home or what they hear at home, like that's our private space. Leave us alone. Yeah. I agree with that. So yeah, I am laid back, but I also, you know, I've also got a lot of that old school, which I think people agree with. I've got enough traditional in me, I believe still in traditional family, whether it's nuclear or not. I believe in the tradition of family being your main priority and what you do everything for. And then I'm a modern day mom where it's like, listen, get with the times. I want to be a cool mom. I want my kids to identify with me and come to me on whatever the hell it is in their life. And I think I represent a good balance of both. Um, my friends in real life say that when they're around me, they're like, I need like more of you in my life. I need you to influence me. And what I say to them is my super powers are different than yours in parenting. We all need each other. We're all good at different stuff. So don't compare because then you'll really be depressed. So I'm never going to have the organized Marie Kondo, stocked fridge and the organized cabinets. It's just not me, but I'll play a mean game of Barbie with you. Exactly. I think at the end of the day, that's what, that's what we have to teach our kids is to understand that, you know, everyone's different. And just because we're not what people think is perfect doesn't mean we're that way, Absolutely. Absolutely. And you gotta, you gotta know your deficiencies, right. And if it's attention span, I say to my daughter, I go, did you have a really hard time when the teacher was explaining this? Because I understand when I was in first grade, I had a hard time with this. So let's talk about it. It's I think to talk and to communicate with your kids is the number one most important parenting tip that I have so much more than we give them credit. Yeah. Very, very cool. All right. So how can people find you, tell us your, tell us your socials. *18:00 - How can people find more about you and what you're doing? @NickiMarieInc on Twitter + INSTA @NickiUnplugged on TikTok and on her podcast Homebase with Nicki So Nicki Marie Inc is my Instagram and it's NIC. K I M a R I E I N C. And the Nikki unplugged is my TikTok handle Well, because I didn't expect to have anybody find me on Tik TOK place. Um, so yeah, that's, that's where I'm at. I'm I'm starting a podcast and trying to do these cool things. And then I'm also getting my feet back into the consulting game. So a little bit of everything, which is how us ADD people thrive. Get me on everything coach put me in. Yeah. I love it. I love it. Very cool. Thank you so much for taking the time. Truly appreciate it guys. We were talking to Nikki Maher. I'm gonna screw that last name up no matter how I say it, but we love having you come back again. We'll definitely have you another time. 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